We get this question a lot. An awful lot. In fact it’s the number one search that leads people to our website in the first place. And that’s fine with us, the majority of people are unsure of how much apps actually cost to develop.
For many years we worked on fixed price projects, almost exclusively. There were on-going monthly support contracts with many clients but when starting on new projects we would always estimate up front, agree to a fixed price on the entire piece of work and bill accordingly. This would mean a deposit of 50%, and 50%[…]
The role of a freelance app developer can be wide and varied, from writing code, to marketing and spending time leasing with clients over their project requirements. At it’s core though, it’s about developing apps. Building stuff that’s sent off out into the world with the potential to be installed on the phones of hundreds[…]
If can often be hard keeping up with Apples latest devices and the ever increasing number of different sized app icons which are required for app developers to keep track of. If you release a universal app which runs on all iPhones, iPads and Apple Watches you’re looking at alarge number (28 at the current[…]
“The minimum viable product (MVP) is the product with the highest return on investment versus risk. It is the sweet spot between products without the required features that fail at sunrise and the products with too many features that cut return and increase risk.” – Wikipedia. For mobile development this means getting a bare minimum[…]
People have often said that if you move towards what you enjoy, you will automatically distance yourself from that which you dislike. When you focus on what excites you, what makes you feel alive, and what you love it will always become a greater part of your life. Well thats what I did. 5 years[…]